Character Style

Choice function <B> Make text bold. <I> Make text italic. <U> Make text underline. Physical <Strike> Make text. styles <Sup> Make text superscript. <Sub> Make text subscript. Teletype Make text teletype. <Strong> Indicate the text is very important. <Em> Indicate the text is important. <Cite> Indicate that the text is from a book or other document. <Address> Indicate that the text is an address. Logical <Dfn> Indicate that the text is a definition. styles <Samp> Indicate that the text is a sequence of literal characters. Keyboard Indicate that the text is keyboard input. <Var> Indicate that the text is a variable. <Code> Indicate that the text is code. Font Choice Default Family (Font name) Function Make text display in the default font (Times New Roman) of the Web browser. Type a list of fonts separated by commas (for example, Helvetica, Arial, Courier). The text will display in the first listed font found on the browser's system. Make the text display in the font specified. (If the font is not available on the browser's system, another font will be substituted.) Type


1 through Format text with 7 sizes where 7 is the largest size and 1 is 7 (3 is the the smallest. Size default) Increase Format text with the largest size (same as 7). Decrease Format text with the smallest size (same as 1). "#xxxxxx" or: White, Color Red, Blue Make the text a different color. and Others

For example: <UL> <LI> Name <LI> Phone <LI> ID </UL> In the web browser the above code would appear three elements as: o o o Name Phone ID Ordered Lists An orderered list is similar to an unordered list. no closing </LI> tag is needed. Between the <UL> and </UL>. you enter the <LI> (list item) tag followed by the individual item. except it uses <OL> instead of <UL>: <OL> <LI>College <LI>Hight School <LI>Elemantory School </OL> .Lists There are three kinds of lists in HTML: Unordered lists <UL></UL> Ordered lists <OL></OL> Definition lists <DL></DL> Unordered Lists This list starts with an opening list <UL> tag and ends the list with a closing list </UL> tag.

a whole definition list looks like: <DL> <DT> term </DT> <DD> definition </DD> . Elemantory School Definition Lists A definition list starts with <DL> and ends with </DL>. The definition term is enclosed in <DT> </DT> and should precede the definition definition.The output is: 1.go(-1)"> Forward button code: <input type=button value="Forward" onCLick="history. So.forward()"> . This list consists of alternating a definition term and a definition definition.. The definition definition is enclosed in <DD> </DD>. College 2.. Hight School 3. <DT> term </DT> <DD> definition </DD> </DL> Dreamweaver Back button code: <input type=button value="Back" onClick="history.

0.1 192.168.1 .168.0.Network id classes A B C D E First octet range 1-126 128-191 192-223 224-239 240-255 Format first always start from 0 2 bit start from 10 3 bit from 110 4 bit from 1110 5 bit from 1111 N/A N/A Common IP Address 10.1 127.0.

Server scripts are executed on the server. just like an HTML file.write("Hello World!") %> < /body> < /html> . write Command The response. write command is used to write output to a browser. or operators valid for the scripting language you prefer to use. statements. procedures. surrounded by the delimiters <% and %>. and can contain any expressions. The response. However. The following example sends the text "Hello World" to the browser: Example < html> < body> <% response.ASP Basic Syntax Rules Write Output to a Browser An ASP file normally contains HTML tags. an ASP file can also contain server scripts.

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